Salvation Army Citadel in Brantford

Salvation Army Citadel in Brantford

The site of the Salvation Army Citadel in Brantford was used for ice skating until 1954. At that time the Salvation Army built their church with a corner stone dated March 27, 1954.

The building was used by the Brantford Academy of Arts as a dance recital hall for children during the building’s final days. The building was demolished to make way for condominiums beginning at $280,000. A few houses behind the building are also being demolished.


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